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Jun 04, 2020

Our Favorite Items From the New Studio McGee Collection at Target

Ready to create a beautiful and functional living space? Shea McGee, designer and stylist of Studio McGee believes that designing your home shouldn’t be a daunting task, which is why she has created an entire collection of simple yet beautiful pieces that will quickly transform your home! The collection is inspired by a clean, light, and inviting aesthetic, making it easy to pair each piece together or incorporate them into your home’s existing decor. We absolutely love this idea and decided to pick out a few of our favorites from the collection. Check it out!

Wooden Bench Natural

 This wooden dining bench helps pull together an inviting entryway space. Store your shoes underneath and use it as a seat when putting them on! McGee spruced it up with some cute pillows and recommends placing a basket underneath for running-out-the-door items.

Rectangular Decorative Mirror

Another awesome entryway detail is this brass-rimmed mirror. We love the way this mirror ties together functionality and style! A mirror close to the front door allows you to quickly check yourself one last time before heading out. McGee also notes that a mirror is a great way to brighten up any room, and this simplistic design makes it a super easy addition.

Artificial Eucalyptus and Berries Wreath

Wreaths aren’t just for the holidays anymore! This eucalyptus and berries wreath brightens up any room and is an elegant way to incorporate some greenery. Don’t worry about the upkeep, this artificial wreath will last you for years to come. Add it to a door, mantel, or open wall for a natural touch.

Decorative Wooden Bead Garland

Looking for a unique accent piece? We absolutely love this wooden bead garland. The large wooden beads present a wonderful handcrafted look and are sure to catch the attention of your guests. There’s really no right or wrong way to style this, so you can get really creative with it! McGee suggests stretching it along a mantel or draping it over a decorative bowl or basket.

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